The functions of the Commission are to study and keep under constant review the statutory and other laws comprising the law of the Cayman Islands with a view to its systematic development and reform.
An examination of whether accomplice evidence should be regulated by statute.
The introduction of legislation which makes it unlawful to engage in any form of bullying conduct.
An examination of the issues dealing with the protection of consumers in the marketplace.
This Discussion Paper is prepared in response to a referral by the Honourable Attorney General, dated 30th January, 2018
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